Shane ‘Swerve’ Strickland has said he quickly lost interest in working on WWE’s main roster following the release of B-Fab on November 4th.
Both Strickland and B-Fab were called up to SmackDown last year alongside Top Dollar and Ashante ‘Thee’ Adonis as Hit Row, following an impressive run in NXT.
Their tenure on the blue brand was short-lived, as B-Fab was released on November 4th, which WWE didn’t tell the rest of Hit Row.
Strickland told The Wrestling Classic that all four were meant to go to SmackDown, but B-Fab’s flight got canceled, and when the other three asked, WWE management said she wasn’t needed at that time.
The group only learned of B-Fab’s release on social media, which had an impact on the former Isaiah Scott:
“Truth be told, after Briana [B-Fab] got let go, it kind of, for me, I kind of lost the interest anyway. I’m a person that’s 100 percent go or not so they’re not 100 percent behind me, it’s like, okay, I can’t be 100 percent behind this project. So it’s cool. Y’all gonna do — WWE is gonna WWE. They’re gonna do what they do, they have what they want and they’re happy with what they got.”
Hit Row will reunite on March 19th at MCW Spring Fever.